Beautifully presented 3 bedroom house with internal garage, located in a popular and attractive residential development within the picturesque coastal village of Crail. This property provides comfortable accommodation for 6 persons with a master ensuite, double and twin room and sea views over the roof tops from the living room
Ground Floor -
Spacious entrance hall
Utility room off rear door
Access to integral garage with ping pong table
King Size bedroom with Master ensuite, large TV with freeview, built in wardrobes
Open plan lounge/kitchen/dining room - a spacious room with very well equipped kitchen with breakfast bar at one end, comprising, gas hob & double oven, microwave,dishwasher, fridge/freezer, Tassimo coffee machine.
The lounge area has a large sofa and 2 armchairs, one of which is a recliner; 50 inch 4K TV with Freeview, and DVD/bluray player with a number of DVDs and Bluray discs, several board games plus a Bose sound system for use with an iPod/iPhone. There is also a dining table that seats 6 ; perfect for family meals or when playing board games.
Bed 1 - Double size bed, fitted wardrobe, TV with freeview and inbuilt DVD player.
Bed 2 - Twin beds, fitted wardrobe , TV with freeview and inbuilt DVD player.
Family Bathroom - Bath with shower, WC and Basin
For those who enjoy outdoor sports there is also plenty to do within the surrounding area - windsurfing, canoeing, sailing, walking, cycling, fishing.
And of course Fife has some wonderful golf couses. Most locally are the links courses of Balcomie and Craighead . The world famous Kingsbarns golf course is 2 miles along the coast and St Andrews with its many famous golf courses is situated approximately 10 miles away
Fife also has a host of festivals throughout the year. Check what's on when you plan to visit on the Festivals in Fife website.Fife
The East Neuk of Fife has been described as "Scotland's Riveria" it consists of beautiful fishing villages such as Pittenween, St. Monans and Anstruther and the lovely coastal villages of Elie, Kingsbarns, Upper Largo and Lower Largo and not forgetting the most famous golfing town of St. Andrews.
Crail was made a Royal Burgh in 1300 by Robert the Bruce and Marketgate which is in the centre was once the largest medieval marketplace in Europe. Crail is steeped in history and Crail Harbour is the most photographed harbour in Scotland. On a Saturday and Sunday there is a small wooden hut beside the harbour where fresh lobster and crab can be bought. There is also a quaint art gallery and coffee shop just a few yards up from the harbour which serves delicious homemade scones served with fresh cream and Jam.
The Golf Hotel which dates back to 1700 is a nice place to go for a pub lunch or dinner. The town has its own Butchers, Bakers and Fruit and Vegetable Shop. It also has two small convenience stores which stock most provisions you will need for your holiday or if you require a greater range or source of produce we recommend several large 'supermarkets' in our information sheets.
There are two art galleries and a pottery shop.
In July there is the Crail Festival which runs from the 20th to the 31st and there are open air concerts, Ceilidh, Sandcastle Competitions and Ghost Walks. In Pittenween which is a 10 minute drive away there is the Pittenween Arts Festival which runs from the 7th to 15th August where local people open up their houses as art galleries for local artists.
Crail lies 10 miles south of St Andrews (shops, cinema, museums, sealife centre, beaches, golf, putting, hotels & restaurants).
The Fife Coastal Path, which stretches for 117 miles, runs from the Forth Estuary in the south, to the Tay Estuary in the north. The path is clearly marked out and offers a range of walking experiences from the easy and flat to more challenging terrain .Whether going for a short stroll or as a long distance route there is definitely something for everyone. From the cosmopolitan atmosphere of St. Andrews to the former coal mining towns of central Fife; from the small fishing villages of the East Neuk to the bustling industrial areas of the west, rugged cliffs, award winning beaches, internationally important estuaries and wildlife reserves and ruined castles walking the Fife Coastal Path is an experience not to be missed!
Whether you are looking for peace and tranquillity or action and adventure the Fife Coastal Path can offer you this and much, much more.Watersports: Elie watersports where you can go water-skiing, Kayaking, Banana Boat rides! The watersports centre also hires wetsuits and mountain bikes.
Tennis: Crail, Elie and Anstruther